Sen. Sanders Defends 'Medicare For All,' Unveils Updated Version

Former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders

Former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) host a campaign rally at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center on April 06, 2019 in Fairfield, Iowa.

"I wrote a best-selling book", the Vermont senator, who published "Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In" after his Democratic primary loss to Hillary Clinton in 2016, told The New York Times in a new interview.

"I wrote a best-selling book".

Sanders' disclosure came ahead of his decision to release the last 10 years of his tax returns in the coming days. "We are going to release 10 years of our tax returns, and we hope that on that day Donald Trump will do the same". I suppose if you want to make yourself look a little bit more lovely, work on that nose or your ears, they can do that.

He said they will be released "certainly before" April 15 and added that President Donald Trump should do the same.

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Sanders bristled at comparisons to Trump, who has famously refused to release his returns.

But, he predicted, his would be boring in comparison to the president's. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) and Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.), and Sen.

"If you want cosmetic surgery-under Medicare for all, we cover all basic health care need-I suppose if you want to make yourself look a little bit more lovely, work on that nose or your ears, they can do that", Sanders said. Elizabeth Warren of MA released 10 years of her returns last year.

In 2014, they released returns showing $205,617 in income, including $156,441 in wages and salary and $46,213 from Social Security benefits.

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